She practiced nonstop, even though people told her she would never make a team. Year after year, Lynette would get better and better in basketball. She soon was shooting like a pro and would always go to the court when she got home. She never realized she would make history. After she graduated college she traveled to Europe.
Love and empathy has a great impact on Ender’s fear. “Maybe humanity needs me to find out what you are good for. We might both do despicable things, Ender, but if humankind survives then we were good tools,” Graff says (Scott Card, 35). Graff uses emotion to make Ender more empathetic toward humanity and their future, especially Valentine’s future, the one Ender adores, so that he will jeopardize his life for the sake of everyone he loves on earth. Graff gives a rise to Ender’s fear about his family so that he will get encouraged to save them all from the buggers, which is true.
“Tuesday of the Other June,” Bullied? “Tuesday of the Other June” by Norma Fox Mazer is a realistic fiction about a girl named June, who goes to her first day at swim class, and would start going every Tuesday. June finds out someone has the same name as her. The other June does not like the fact that they have the same name. In the beginning, June was happy, she didn 't have to be worried about many things.
They still won by a score of 150- 149. She made the last shot that won the game. It was free throw. The following day, Madison went to the doctor to see if she had a concussion. She didn 't have one, but she was acting weird in school.
Mainly, society blames the parents for allowing their kids to enter this self-demeaning fake world, some claiming that the real reason behind it is that moms get to live their childhood dream of winning through their daughters. Most of the parents, when asked why they do this to their children, fall back upon the tired cliché that it promotes self-esteem (Henry A. Giroux, 2009). These mothers don 't mind spending tons of money on cosmetics, spray tans, and outfits. They can get a bit too obsessed with perfecting their children and pushing them too hard. Kerry Campbell, a mom from San Francisco , insists on shooting up her 8-year-old daughter with regular Botox injections and making her get body waxes in an attempt to turn her into a superstar one day (Julie Ryan Evans, 2011).
Finally, Ms. Luella Bates is confident by being empathetic and showing respect towards Roger without demeaning him or his situation. Roger says, “there is nobody at my house, ma’am” then she says, “then we’ll eat!” This shows Ms. Luella Bates self-confident because she knows she can teach Roger about being good to
Then she would spend hours upon hours hitting the tennis balls with her new racket trying her very best to improve her performance (Johnson). Whenever she was entered into the Southern California tennis tournament, she defeated a University of Southern California junior in the finals to win the whole tournament (Johnson). Billie Jean King was so inexperienced at that time that she didn’t even know that a tennis match consisted of winning two sets to win the match
I remember lingering onto the field the first day of tryouts hearing, “ Oh who’s that girl?” or “ Is she even good?” from girls that I didn’t even know. I was the outcast, the one who was not even sure if I had made the right decision. This was not the atmosphere that I enjoyed being in; I am the type of girl to have fun with the
This is seen by her pinning down Beowulf before she attacks to show that she is committing a necessary evil and that she truly doesn't want to engage in killing.This kind characteristic is seen when Grendel's mother will “avenge her only son” as a sympathetic tone is used here to show the good side of Grendel’s mom. Her actions were justified because her intentions was to simply avenge her son whom she deeply cared for. Diction is additionally used in words such as, “pounced” to show the fierce actions, demonstrating Grendel’s mom’s anger and at the same time her love for
She knew that she would not be able to win Gluace over on her side if she was to present the gifts, but her children would be much more appealing as they are a symbol of a new relationship due to their inability of causing harm. By sacrificing her children she is giving away the only thing they had in common. Medea speaks to her children before sending them off and tells them "your father took away your chance of happiness. We see that Medea knows that this will hurt Jason and reflect how much he hurt her. Moreover, it conjures up the idea that she is getting rid of all ties with Jason as she tells him, "you were never going to shame our bed and lead a pleasant life and laugh at me so he can be left to hurt on his own just like he left Medea.